If you only need to use glasses for distance or reading, your prescription is single version; if you need this pair of glasses both for distance and reading, your prescription is bifocal.
If your prescription is single version with a relatively low prescription, you can choose a standard pair of lenses without extra cost.
If your prescription is single version, bifocal or varifocal with a relatively high prescription, you could choose from 1.67 Polycarbonated -Thin & Light, 1.67 -Super Thin or 1.74- Ultra-Thin, which makes your wearing experience lighter and more comfortable.
If you want two different prescriptions within one lens, you will need to order Bifocal glasses or Varifocals lenses. Bifocal glasses separate the lens into two optical powers, with the upper half being for distance and the lower for near vision. The two lenses have a distinct outline.
If you prefer to have a clear lens that still accommodates your prescription needs without the obvious outline, you could choose from our selection of Varifocals lenses. This type lenses contain transition part between distance and near vision, so you can easily enjoy clear version without moving your eyes up and down and a better appearance of your glasses.
HOW CAN I MEASURE MY PD (PUPIL DISTANCE) IF I ORDER ONLINE?
Your PD information is usually stated on your glasses prescription paper, if you cannot find or do not know your pupil distance, any optician will be able to provide it for you, which you can upload to our website.
HOW CAN I UPLOAD MY PRESCRIPTION INFORMATION?
Once you place an order for your frame and lenses, you can choose “Buy with prescription” by filling in the form; if you are still not sure about your prescription details, please contact our customer service team for further help. Once the prescription details are uploaded, you are considered to consent that your information is correct.